He’s Omar Borkan Al Gala, he was expelled from UAE because he’s too handsome..
Puro “KATHNIEL” ang nasa trending topics ng Twitter. Kasawa na, wala akong mabasang iba. ‘Di ako hater ng “KathNiel”, I like them good couple nga eh. Kaso ayon, parang never na sila natanggal sa left panel ko, maybe I just want to read something else. I’m changing my trend location, maybe I don’t know, America or something. Haha.
Too much “KathNiel”…
giving someone a boner is the most satisfying simple pleasure life can offer
Bakit ba ganyan ka ka-gwapo,
A Starry Sky over the Sea
This was taken in Calatagan, Batangas at 8:16pm. It is a 120 second exposure at f/3.5 and ISO 3200 hence the noise.
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil
Sa mga Pinoy na gumawa ng GWIYOMI vid, this is the best! Hahaha
20. Dixon Bros. Reunion
Whether or not you’re playing The Walking Dead video game featuring the Dixon brothers, it was a big moment to see them reunite in the arena pits of Woodbury. It didn’t take long for them to team up and show what two Georgia rednecks can do. But Daryl (Norman Reedus) is a different guy than the one Merle (Michael Rooker) left behind, and Merle showed again and again why he was the character we loved to hate.
19. Carol uses Axel as a shield
Carol (Melissa McBride) may have been rejecting Axel’s (Lew Temple) advances like Dikembe Mutombo blocks jump shots, but it was just his luck that the only shots fired by the Governor (David Morrissey) that hit anything were aimed Axel’s body. Carol found a tight hiding spot behind his corpse to shield her from bullets raining down.
18. Hershel becomes Stumpy in “Seed”
Poor Hershel (Scott Wilson) must lie on his back and writhe in pain, but seeing Rick (Andrew Lincoln) take multiple swings of the axe to his infected leg made viewers wince during the whole ordeal, and the sounds of the tearing flesh and bones crunching turned our ears inside out. Good thing he didn’t have a saw.
17. The Arrival of Tyreese
We weren’t exactly pleased at how Tyreese’s (Chad Coleman) story unfolded but it made sense in being able to compare and contrast Rick and the Governor. But it’s nice to know he’s in the mix for next season and will hopefully influence the group in a positive way. This show has a way of snuffing that type of thinking out.
16. Maggie and Glenn get engaged
Throughout the season there are these tender moments between our lovebirds that remind us why the living haven’t given up. Their engagement was as unceremonious as they come, and Glenn (Steve Yeun) taking a wedding ring off the hand of a walker was ghetto, but it fit in this world where you could be zombie food if you turn around the wrong corner. These two are living in the moment and we couldn’t be happier for them.
15. Rick Uses a Phalanx Formation to clear a path into the prison in “Seed”
Wondering how the group would function with Rick declaring himself absolute leader, they take a section of the prison easily, moving as one unit and clearing walkers with no gunfire. It made the kills on the show increasingly more dangerous as it required each of them inches away from their teeth and hands.